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Why Do Our Hearts Beat Faster When We Fall In Love

As with other emotions and feelings; hormones are released that have an effect on the heart. It may not sound romantic, but love and falling in love are still "a conjunction of chemical reactions." The process of attraction is related to the excitement of the whole organism. When you see the person you love, the brain produces endorphins and, in turn, sends signals to the adrenal gland. This gland secretes hormones such as adrenaline, dopamine, and norepinephrine.

These three hormones are the key to understanding why your heart beats (stronger and faster) when you are in love. The heart can race as fast as when we run; in some people faster than in others; that is the individual variability of each person. Likewise, it can be accompanied by other manifestations due to these same hormones: sweating, tremors in the hands or feet, and a feeling of alertness and well being. So the next time you wonder why my heart races when I see someone, then you are probably in love.

Ironically, love can be dangerous for people with serious heart problems. For example, people with a history of heart attack or older adults with blocked blood vessels. Therefore, these people must be medicated. But should we forbid them to fall in love? Of course not. logo. The heart races. You start to sweat. Your knees are shaking. And it is not a disease. You guessed it Yes, you could be in love. In the month of love, we want to explain to you why the heart races when we are in love.

It usually happens when a person is excited, nervous or in love, as we explained above. There may even be an extra beat (or a skip) from time to time. Most of the time, this situation is normal and it is enough to sleep better or drink less caffeine to solve it. However, recurrent palpitations or irregular heartbeats may indicate the presence of a heart rhythm disturbance or arrhythmia. For example, atrial fibrillation.

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